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Sunday, January 29, 2006

S.C. Johnson-Pitt.

SC Johnson's customer service department gives me warm, fuzzy feelings.
I sent them yet another email pointing out the ridiculousness of their previous response to my complaint/question. This time, I received a heartwarming email letting me know that, so sorry, they're not offering the refills at this time. "At this time..." like maybe, just maybe, someday in the future, my request will be granted and a major corporation will start filling country-wide refill orders based on the whims of a library science major from Connecticut. I'm an optimist.

Oh, and I got another coupon in the mail. This time it's for $3.00 off any Glade product. I doubt I'll actually find a reason to use it, but hey, it's the thought that counts.

Not only did I get a nice email and a couple of coupons, judging by my stats, my little corner of the blogosphere here has become quite interesting to the folks at SC Johnson.
*wave* Hi guys.
Delurk. Comment or something.

Speaking of SC Johnson, who makes Glade products, which can be found at grocery stores, one of which I was shopping in this morning... (nice segue)

One of many reasons I don't read tabloids was displayed all over the checkout line at the store today:
Tabloid #1 claims they have in her own words why Angelina will never marry Brad.
Tabloid #2 has wedding pictures of the happy couple on the front cover.
Tabloid #3 proclaims "It's a Girl!" incubating currently within Jolie's womb.
Tabloid #4 proclaims "It's a Boy!" and not only that, they've got the sonogram pix to prove it.

Do they just make it up as they go along? (rhetorical question) *eyeroll*
posted by hilary at 12:01 PM |


Blogger Hilary-Dilary-Dock said...

Isn't funny how they call claim to have the "exclusive" details about everything?

I'll look at the covers of those magazines and just chuckle to myself glad to know that my face isn't the one being speared all over those covers all over the world.

My son told me the other day that he wanted to be an actor when he grew up. I said, "Oh really? You don't want to have a real job?" I winked at him and smiled. He said, "I don't know if they have real jobs or not, but I know they have lots of money and I want lots of money!" I told him he could be what he wants but secretly, I hope he doesn't become an actor!! I want to hear any news about him first hand and not in the grocery store line!! LOL!


1/29/2006 7:12 PM  
Blogger Hilary-Dilary-Dock said...

Oops, I meant SMEARED not speared!! LOL!

1/29/2006 7:13 PM  
Blogger hilary said...

hehe, i think it works either way. ;)

1/29/2006 7:54 PM  
Blogger Hilary-Dilary-Dock said...

Yeah, I guess it does!! LOL!

1/29/2006 8:49 PM  
Blogger Holli said...

Tabliods are funny to read the headlines while waiting in line. I mean you know they're not true, I think that's what makes them so funny

1/29/2006 11:01 PM  
Blogger JC said...

I am one to not even bother looking at the tabliods in line at the grocery stores and plus Boater's the one that does all the grocery shopping =)

1/29/2006 11:31 PM  
Blogger Kurticus Maximus said...

Sometimes I buy that ridiculous black-and-white tabloid, the one that had "Batboy" way back when. It is truly spectacular.

1/30/2006 4:46 PM  
Blogger hilary said...

weekly world news! made famous by Wayne's World, iirc. :)

1/30/2006 5:18 PM  
Blogger Kristine said...

"Batboy" way back when? That paper STILL HAS Batboy on it's cover at least once a month! LOL.

1/30/2006 7:58 PM  
Blogger Kurticus Maximus said...

Lol, yeah, well, the first time they had Batboy. :)

1/30/2006 10:16 PM  

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